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Lifestyle

A stylish bar decked out with pink light and a massive chandelier.
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Traveler: Detroit’s Boutique Hotels

These boutique hotels are fully loaded.

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Home Of The Month: Open To Everything

The most head-turning home in Herron-Morton shows off a riot of Southern California style.

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Realty Check: Carmel Penthouse

The penthouse life moves uptown.

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Meet Macy Stewart, Farm Manager Of Traders Point Creamery

A farm manager milks her days in the pasture for all they’re worth.

The bright blue inside of a boutique shop.
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Shoptalk: The Urban Hippie

Explore this Fort Wayne free spirit as it opens its Indy location.

A woman stands inside a workshop while operating a machine.
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Prime Numbers

A Bloomington metal fabricator creates mod address digits and mailboxes that make the cut.

A woman sits on a couch inside a hotel lobby concept.
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Indianapolis Is Not Getting A West Elm Hotel After All

But Bottleworks is still on track.

A woman sits reclined in a char while an IV drip is attached to her arm.
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IV League

Intravenous lounges are the summer’s hottest cocktail bars.

NASA Glenn Visitor Center
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Six Rocket-Free Trips To Five-Star Space Destinations

When it comes to exploring outer space, there’s a universe of options close to home.

A Hocking Hills cabin fashioned from three 40-foot-long shipping containers
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Traveler: All Decked Out In Hocking Hills

A mega-cabin high in the trees elevates a weekend in the Hocking Hills area of Ohio.

A pool overlooks Eagle Creek.
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Realty Check: Permanent Vacation

A life of luxurious leisure awaits at this Eagle Creek remodel.

A large, blue lake house with a wraparound porch.
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Home Of The Month: The Vera Bradley Lake House

Barbara Baekgaard never expected to like living in Indiana. Then she discovered the shores of Lake Gage.

People sit around an outdoor patio table at a restaurant.
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Street Savvy: Nora

The commercial zone straddling the Monon Trail is an errand warrior’s paradise.

A woman dons a blue work jumpsuit and safety glasses while working in a car factory.
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Shateeka Allen, Auto Factory Employee

When you work Paint, you can’t wear certain lotions and shampoo.

A woman sits with her feet up at a sewing machine desk while stitching together a doll.
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The Maker: Seamstress Anne Dougans

Sew you.

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